In order to install WordPress on your shared hosting account, you’ll need to have your domain name connected to your account + a new database created. After that, you’re a few minutes away from a brand new WordPress website! This post is the third part of a series in setting up your own WordPress website, […]
Many bloggers + website owners have a hard time deciding whether they want to allow comments or not. For many, the struggle with managing spam comments makes it not worth it. If that’s the only thing holding you back from having comments on your site — let this post guide you through getting rid of […]
This short video will walk you through all of the settings + options for adding, editing, rearranging + removing pages as you need using the default WordPress menu area.
Before digging into the email alert that WordPress sends, you’ll first want to make sure your email address is set correctly in WordPress. That way you’ll get these messages when they are sent. Once you’re logged in, head to Settings > General. Check the Email Address set right below your URL. If it’s not an […]
Whether out of security or not, newer versions of WordPress have made the task of changing your account email address a little more cumbersome.To be honest, I’m ok with it. Because it is a step towards keeping things more secure. In the past, you could go to your profile, change the email address listed, save […]
In the video, I referenced a few elements that you can dig into in more detail with the articles below. WordPress backup plugin options Why you need a staging site Written instructions for running your updates tiny blue orange WordPress hosting